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12-05-2007, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by BINGO View Post
I have at least that much slope on one side of the rink. It should be fine. I spoke to the owner of the co. when I called with questions, and he was more than helpful. I had hoped to level it out but couldn't get to it this year. I will definately get at it next spring, and maybe make it a little bit larger with some higher end boards.

Christmas day skateshould be fun, hopefully the weather cooperates.
How on earth can you guys get an IceNGo rink kit to work with such a severe drop?
I tried to build mine on my backyard cement patio and it was only 3" difference and the water raced off the back-end.
From 2 seasons of trying to get this kit to work, it seems like you can only be off a 1" max. Both times it's been a disaster for me to the point where I just tossed it all and bought 2x12's and some greenhouse 4mm plastic.

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